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Old 05-25-2014, 01:12 PM
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Yikes....wrong thread entirely...sorry fellows....carry on.

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Old 05-25-2014, 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by joncmack
So for each week's race lately, I've decided to try something different on my buggy. Last week, I gave Frank Root's setup a try. It felt pretty good, something just felt off to me. This week, I'm going to try a different layout on the chassis and mount the esc down low. I had an extra front battery brace, so I drilled it and mounted it to the top of the rear bulkhead supports, which makes a very nice "battery box". I wanted to try moving my lipo forward anyway to hopefully get more overall steering (also added 1mm more droop in rear than front). Here's a pic of my new layout (low profile servo helps: Solar D770....$17 from Hobbypartz). This is for a medium traction, outdoor track.

Love the solar servos. I run the same layout except mid motor.
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Old 05-26-2014, 04:39 AM
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Recently went from RM to MM and love it. I can finally drive the car the way I like it. Will not go back to RM any time soon. It is really that much better as MM.
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Old 05-26-2014, 04:56 AM
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what surface do you drive your mm? I just converted my 2.0 to mm, and in the process of taming it. I run on loose dry track
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I posted this question in the TLR 22 Buggy forum but nobody answered me so I'll try here.

I just picked up the 4mm trailing spindles an I would like to know what this will do to the handling of the buggy TLR 22 1.0

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it will mellow the car out
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Old 05-26-2014, 06:52 AM
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Thumbs down MM is the worst for a loose track

MM is the worst for loose track go back to RM
Originally Posted by miles514
what surface do you drive your mm? I just converted my 2.0 to mm, and in the process of taming it. I run on loose dry track
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Old 05-26-2014, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by XXXDad
MM is the worst for loose track go back to RM
After getting beaten by some B5M's on a loose outdoor track I went to MM on my 22 2.0 and love it.

I can't drive it as aggressively as RM but find this has made me more consistent and actually quicker which has me back towards the front again. I do race 17.5 blinky but MM can work on a loose track and is worth trying in my opinion.
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Old 05-26-2014, 06:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Shaun B22
I posted this question in the TLR 22 Buggy forum but nobody answered me so I'll try here.

I just picked up the 4mm trailing spindles an I would like to know what this will do to the handling of the buggy TLR 22 1.0

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In my experience the 4mm trailing spindles calm the steering response down at around the neutral point, providing less nervous car and less turn in. It will provide less on power high speed steering as a result

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Thinking of going from 2 to 2.5 or 3 deg anti-squat in RM config. I'm looking for more forward traction as my car wants to break loose when I get on power coming out of turns.

Is there any quick way to swap out the anti-squat spacers?
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I use the 3-2 and I can pull wheelies outdoors. Thr rm car has soooooo much traction. If you dont have forward bite, your tires must not be right
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Can someone help me find the set up sheets for the OCRC races for the pro drivers PLEASE
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Originally Posted by miles514
what surface do you drive your mm? I just converted my 2.0 to mm, and in the process of taming it. I run on loose dry track
I drive on a dusty claytrack with some loose dirt floating around on top. The best tyre choise would be holeshots but I drive bowties as it's our controlltyre for dirttrack in sweden. I got rid of all rear end problems I used to have in RM configuration. I could even drive the car on almost completely flat tyres. Here's film from last year at the same track but 4wd instead of 2wd.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uauv5WEGqys
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Originally Posted by magnushedqvist
I drive on a dusty claytrack with some loose dirt floating around on top. The best tyre choise would be holeshots but I drive bowties as it's our controlltyre for dirttrack in sweden. I got rid of all rear end problems I used to have in RM configuration. I could even drive the car on almost completely flat tyres. Here's film from last year at the same track but 4wd instead of 2wd.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uauv5WEGqys
contact Otto Ausfelt a local TLR factory driver he will help you out...
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Old 05-27-2014, 02:57 AM
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MM works nicely on low grip, with 64% weight on the rear end and 0 antisquat i got as much traction as RM setup.
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